What do I offer?

Personal trainer working with client at Simply Fitt Gym

What I have learnt during the many years of training people is that there are different types of training and there are different types of people - there isn’t a 'one size' fits all exercise.  We are all individuals and unique and our lifestyles and exercise should also show that.

The sessions I offer are:

  • 1 on 1 Personal Training Sessions
  • 30 minute taster sessions
  • Group Personal Training Sessions

Once we start to change our lifestyles and make the choice to do so, we start to increase our self-worth and our confidence begins to grow. Once we change our mind set our body will start to follow.

All goals can be achieved. ”We might not be able build Rome in one day but we can build Rome”

PT Sessions

What’s involved:

  • 60 min session
  • smart goal setting
  • nutrition consultation
  • lifestyle planner
  • bespoke functional training
Kettle Bells at Simply Fitt Gym

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Boxing equipment at Simply Fitt Gym (1)

Group Sessions

Whether it’s just you and a friend, or a group of 20 people – my group training sessions are a great way to create a sense of camaraderie, boosting energy and building a higher level of determination therefore helping you realise your body’s actual strength and ability. But it’s also about having fun at the same time.

Bouncing of each other and having banter, can get you to push that little bit harder when its needed.

What’s involved:

  • 45 – 60 min session which include warming up, cardio body weight exercise pulse raiser stretching and cool down.

A 30 min taster session can be arranged for 1-2-1 sessions and is also available for group sessions.

Grab your mates, have some fun & get fit!

Functional Training

Functional training attempts to adapt or develop exercises which allows individuals to perform the activities of daily life more easily and without injuries.

In the context of body building, functional training involves mainly weight bearing activities targeted at core muscles of the abdomen and lower back.

In rehabilitation, training does not necessarily have to involve weight bearing activities but can target any task or a combination of tasks that a client is having difficulty with. Balance training, for example, is often incorporated into a client’s treatment plan if it has been impaired after injury or disease.

James O'driscoll laughing with personal training client

Some options include:

  • Barbells
  • Dumbbells
  • Medicine balls
  • Kettlebells
  • Bodyweight training
  • Physioballs (also called Swiss balls or exercise balls)
  • Resistance bands
  • Wobble boards
  • Suspension Training
  • Sandbags

Build strength and see your body shape change for the better